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Corportization of private stage carriage scheme

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The Presentation provides insight of actual implementation of the bus cluster scheme in Delhi. The government launched the scheme in 2008 . However, the project saw the light of the day in May 2011...it is expanding rapidly...please share your feedback at info@valoriserconsultants.com.

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Corportization of private stage carriage scheme

  1. 1. “Delhi Transit”Corporatization of Private Stage Carriage Scheme Prepared by Valoriser Consultants (Previously known as Research India) Phone: 011-65028027 / 25985380 Email: info@valoriserconsultants.com
  2. 2. Declining Share of Public Transport,especially Bus TransportModal Split - % of Person Trips (excluding walk trips) in Delhi*(Figures in Percent) 59.8% 2000-01 41.5% 2007-08 21.5% 17.2% 13.9% 10.3% 7.9% 3.1% 3.6% 4.1% 5.3% 6.8% 3.6% 0.0% 0.7% 0.7% Car Two Wheelers Auto Rickshaw Bus Metro Train (IR) Bicycle Cycle Rickshaws* Walk-only trips account for 35% of trips© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 2
  3. 3. Buses in Delhi - Earlier Delhi Transport Private Stage Carriage - Corporation Bluelines• State owned • Privately owned• Fares set by Government • Fares set by Government • Reliant on Fare box Revenue• Get Gap-funding from the Govt. • 77% of owners have one vehicle• No performance monitoring © 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 3
  4. 4. Changing Face of Public Bus Operation inDelhi© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 4
  5. 5. Issues in Private Bus Operation• 49% of bus routes are non-operational• Lack of network benefits• Undesirable driving practices – Accidents and traffic violations – Predation by incumbents or cartelization• Unreliable bus service - absence of bus route/schedule information• Under investment© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 5
  6. 6. Launch of New Cluster Scheme in Delhi –May 05, 2011© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 6
  7. 7. Characteristics of Scheme for Corportisation of Private Stage Carriage • Routes clustered (657 bus routes classified in 17 Key Facts Clusters) so as to leverage network synergies. • Public Operator (DTC) and Private Operator will run the operation in the ratio of 40:60. Unified Time • Public and Private operator will follow Unified Table (UTT) Time Table to ensure timely and reliable bus service to public. Profit • Resource contractContract Type – Revenue • No transfer of revenue risk Support Gross Cost Cost • Revenue paid to Funding Government Govt Operator © 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 7
  8. 8. Consolidated Yearly Fare (CYF) – Scientific Bid Parameters Bid is designed in scientific manner, dividing yearly fare into three key components – Capital, Consumables and Manpower. • Capital Charges are fixed for the entire Concession Capital Charges Period. • Consumables Charges include cost of fuel and Consumables maintenance expenditure, are linked to Consumer Charges Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) in Delhi. • Manpower and Overhead Charges include other Manpower and costs, are linked to Consumer Price Index forOverhead Charges Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) in Delhi. © 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 8
  9. 9. Performance Management System A performance incentive system is implemented to reward or penalize the operator on the basis of the quality of service delivered. • Reliability and Frequency • Safety • Quality such as cleanliness etc.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 9
  10. 10. Changing Face of Private Bus Operation inDelhi© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 10
  11. 11. Characteristics of Bus Network in Delhi Delhi Metro Transit Feeder Public Bus Fleets in Delhi is provided by three key players – Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) – Public Operation, Delhi Transit – Private Operation and Metro DTC Feeder buses. • Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is currently operating a fleet of around 5,500 buses (including 3,775 Low Floor Buses). • Bluelines buses has been phased out from the city from 31st January 2011. It has been replaced by cluster scheme under which corporate entities were proposed to be given certain routes in the city.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 11
  12. 12. Performance Regime – Structure ofPenalties and Bonus Payment for basic service output 100% Non-Operated Deduction for service not operated 150% Mileage due to factors within operator control Elements at Risk Proportional to Cleanliness Deduction for proportion of service Rs. kilometres not run /Condition operated by vehicles meeting set standards 500* or service standards below minimum specifications Basic Deduction for service failing to meet -10% Reliability minimum performance standards max Overall Performance +15% Payment for service exceeding Reward (incl. Max Punctuality) minimum performance standards * Per default - Provision of penalty on entire fleet on 10% sample checks.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 12
  13. 13. Automated Vehicle Location System • DIMTS is installing GPS devices in all the buses operating of city bus routes. • Currently, the system is installed in more than 3,000 buses and is proposed to cover all 11,000 stage carriage buses in the city. • All cluster buses are fitted with GPS and are monitored in Central Control Room. • In the second phase, the government has proposed to install system in para-transit and taxis in the city.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 13
  14. 14. Revenue Management and ElectronicTicketing Machines • 100% Electronic ticketing introduced with on line ETM machines. • Special checking squad has been deployed at key ETM locations to check ticketless travelers to prevent revenue leakage. • Real time tickets sold and traffic situation is available at Operational Control Centre.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 14
  15. 15. Voice Announcement System • Integrated voice announcement system has been integrated with feed from GPS unit to facilitate voice announcement and display of names of IVRS approaching bus stops in the cluster buses for convenience of passengers. • The system announce the approaching bus stops twice along with general awareness messages.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 15
  16. 16. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Camerasin the Buses • There is plan to install CCTVs cameras in the buses with real-time feed to the control centre.CCTV Camera • Two cameras will be installed inside the buses (one front & one middle) and third camera will be installed to capture outside front view to check driving habits and passenger loads at BQSs.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 16
  17. 17. Better Management – Well trained Drivers& Conductors • The Concessionaire ensure that Drivers are qualified and medically fits. • Special training sessions are organized for drivers with bus manufacturer at Tata Service Station. IDTR and other behavioral institutes. • Ticket collectors (conductors) are deployed by DIMTS and are well qualified to operate ETM Machines. • All conductors are well trained and went through rigorous training process.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 17
  18. 18. Operational Performance – Delhi TransitCluster ServiceThere is major improvement in the service over the period and No fatal or major accidents reported during this period. Fleet Utilization and Operational Efficiency, May – Average Ticked Earning Per Bus/Day – Gross Vs. July, 2011 (Figures in %) Net, May – July, 2011 (Figures in Rs.) 8800 8351 7,751 8,000 7398 6,798 10 0 . 0 % 10 0 . 0 % 10 0 . 0 % 10 0 . 0 % 6451 99.7% 99.8% 5,851 99.6% 98.6% May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Fleet Utilization Operational Efficiency Gross (With DTC Pass) Net (Actual Collection) Vehicle Utilization, May – July, 2011 Average no. of passengers, May – July, 2011 (Figures in kms/per day) (Figures in passenger / per bus) 2 13 2 0 9 . 50 959 1000 842 709 2 0 1. 77 19 5. 8 0 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 18
  19. 19. Induction Schedule Induction of Number of Buses Cluster 1 – 5 (Month wise), May’11-Jan’12 (Figures in Number) 40 40 40 48 48 52 33 35 34 41 40 41 27 26 27 50 50 50 50 41 37 0 31 32 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 Cluster 4 Cluster 5 The cabinet will award of Clusters 6-9, consisting of 1,551 buses soon.Note:-The above induction schedule is subject to development of depot by Transport Department.© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 19
  20. 20. Cluster Scheme towards SustainableTransport • Less financial burden Transport compared to public operation Department • Better accountability and services • Timely and Reliable Service • Professionally managed bus operation Delhi Corporatization Transport Public / of Private Stage Corporation Citizens Carriage • No competition on the road with private buses • Unified Time Table (UTT) to ensure no unhealthy competition • No Revenue Risk – Gross Cost Operator • Major costs are link to cost indexation© 2011 Valoriser Consultants – For Information Use Only 20
  21. 21. Thank You!!!

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